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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKNING, JULY 12, 1884.
Rapid Spread of the Cholora at
Marseilles and Toulon.
Alarming Increase in the Number of Fatal
Oases Reported from Day
Cholera Notes from Other Nations Pre
cautions and JProtests,
Tahls July 11. -The iyiulUpte deuies
that Admiral Coubct occupied a town on
the coast of Clilua. The demand of
France for the jwiymeut of indemnity,
reached the Pateiiotre at Shanghai yester
day and was forwarded to l'ekin, w here It
will le handed to Tsung Li Yaiueu to
day. France has Riven China oue week
to answer. In the-eveut of an unsatis
factory reply the French will liiiHieuiaie
ly seize the Chinese rort. Preparations
lor an aggressive naval niovemeut are
DKCtUKU NOT TO.
The Municipal Council Lad decided not
to postpone the .National fete to July 14.
lABsicui.K.vJa)y 11. Nineteen deaths
from choJen occarri'd last evening, sad
twelve between nine o'clock and noon to
day.. Toruxx, July 11. Three deaths from
c holm. occurred last evening.
It i reported that thera Is a case of
cholera at Anteall, a suburb of Paris.
The lntransigeaut says the case Is
F.Ms.Nt, July 11. The Government of
Switzerland has protested against the
quarantine by Italians against arrivals
Maii;ii, July 11. Three refugees from
Marseilles on the island of Miuorca have
been attacked with cholera.
Butuv, July 11. The Government has
requested various Federal States to
adopt measures for the prevention of the
introduction of cholera into Germany.
Home, July 11. Italian troops are
blocking roads leading Into Italy to pre
vent the introduction of cholera. All
travelers, including those from Switzer
land, are quarantined.
Lo.nhox, July 11. The steamer Car
thagena, with two cases of cholera, from
Marseilles to Cardiff, has been sighted off
UASK BALL liKEYITIES.
'.oore of Gaines Played on Thursday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 11; AUe
Cincinnati, 0. Iirooklyns, 4; Cincin
Louisville, Ky. Louisvilles, 5j Balti
Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, 4 ;
Toledo, O.Toledos, C; Metropolitans,
Eogton, Mass. Chicago Unions, 2;
Boston Unions, 1.
Sj.r'iDgfield, Mass. Providences, C;
Washington, D. C Nationals, 7; Cin
cinnati Unions, 1.
Peoria, 111. Grand Rapids, 5; Peorias,
St. Paul, Minn. Biy Citys, 3; St.
Minn. Muskegons, 8;
Quiucy, 111. Qulucys, 10; Ft. Waynes,
Stillwater, Minn. Saginaws, lS;Stlll-
"DEAD TO THE WOULD,"
Pay Sewell Caste Her Lot With
Sr. Lot-is, Mo., July 11. Fay Sewell,
the young Kentucky girl, has evidently
finally made up her mind not to be saved.
All preparations were complete for tak
In;; her this evening to her friends, and
fiie bad agreed to be at a leading hotel
o-ia' to meet the two gentlemen who
bad MiRlnc-crcd her reclamation. In place
M keephiR the appolutmeot she sent the
3-ou. tut J have nmdi- nn ... ... .V... '
3ii-re. J hope you will trft u.. 1 Rra ilvilJ
lor 1 am Ui'ad to the world troiu now on.
AtiiTviiuiiy yours. rAY,
Elop ement In "Hih Llfa."
Baltimokk, Md., July 11. a stir was
created In toe highest social circles of
this city by the elopement of Mins Kstcrie
G. Matlicet, a well-known bel!,wtth Arch
lbald Sterling, son of the United States
District Attorney. The couple ran
off on iTueaciay and were nmrrled In
Waehlrniton, when they returned to their
respective homes. It was Intended to
have kept the marriage secret but the
puUicaUonof the llceoso uave it pub
Hetty, Jloth famUlos opposed the match.
J ne Dnae is only seventeen.
Our Canadian Treaty.
Clkvelm, O., July 11. In regard to
Hie recent report from Ottawa that a re
ciprocity treaty between Canada and the
United states bad been negotiated and
would ahoctly be announced, Secretary ol
Mate FruUofrbuysen write to the Iron
.Trade iimr: 'In reply to the Iwrnirt
coataAncd In yonr letter of the 1st inst
1 bare to Inform yon that no reciprocity
treaty &aa recently been negotiated be
tween (hla Cover nmerrt and Canada.
CumflCD, O., July 11. Messrs.
Ewett -irW eddcH, heretofore believed td
litre 4a one of the most substantial
famiBBX fine In- the city, made aa asi
glgncoKot thl oraiOffto J. II. Webster,
jttx, f40,40X)j nominal aawt j
4UOO4JXA. Tbe firm baa feeea In existence
LEXJ) ME THINE EAR."
the Inhuman Crime of a Husband
What a Beetle Tramp Saw
Tnroutth a Casement.
Ciiaklottk, K. C, July 11. Much ex
citenient has been caused In Mecklen
burg County by the arrest of Stephen
Tullorn, a farmer, for committing a most
hcineous crime ou his wife. Monday
inornlng Fullom notified some neigh
bors that his wife was dying. Med
ical aid was summoned and Mrs. Pullorn
was found lying on a bed unconscious.
She has been slowly sinking ever since
and can not livo twenty-four hours. The
physicians were greatly mystitied over
her case until to-day, w hen a tramp came
forward and gavo the startling Informa
tion that Sunday night while camping on
THE FRONT POUCn
of Tullorn's residence, which Is a one
story building, he noticed a light about
midnight appear in one of the windows,
and, prompted by curiosity, he looked
through a crack and saw Fullorn drop
something in an iron spoon, which he
then held for a while over the flame of
a lamp, and then approaching his steep
lug wrfo seemed to oonr the eruuonM
oituer down her neck or into her ear, he
could not say which.
inw led to an Investigation, which
sllOWd that BtMire hot RllhKlnnrn
been poured Into the woman' tott em
1'uUornwas arrested and confesd
he melted some leaden buUets in a armnn
utid poured the bualag metal mu Ma
wife's ear. Public Indignation is so niea
against the prisoner that tie jaUlS
su-ongiy guarded to prevent hla being
Layttyr -for the PxMfene.
WiLMwoTOft Dkl., Jely It. John
Claaniog, a desperado, caJHtf poBe
M. X. Fallon, to pastor of gulidfc'i
CathtriteCliurch, to-day, andintljeprJea I
come to shoot the-prtest fot.tn&miim
his son to a girl who he aH2cs wuTa
mulatto, lie exhibited a wvr5i- and. I
.g",un lor .the ?agy if
hhuo, outi icu uu, saying ae vy.onia I
'call later. He is still at large. The drl I
mentioned is a very pretty brunette,, ol j
jjoing-s or a maniac.
St.Cjl4Ki.es, Mo., July 11. Robert
afjiMii n ... .. II . . ! f ' a. I
,.,VuU!iU u . N UUHg
Madison streets, this city, who Is subject
to lite, became violent! v crazv vesterdav.
and after smashing the windows In Dam.
mer's store, on Jefferson street, entered I
the store of Herman Land why and began
struck several persons, among them
Land why's wife, who Is badly hurt, lie I be
wasuaauy overpowerca ana taken to
CAitrtoLLTOx, III., July 11. An un
known German harvest hand was drowned
near here while bathing. He was unable
to annate F.nirllsh nnrl All thnt io tnnirn is
that lie was called Louis, was about I
n " .o
piexlon, naa sandy hair, red mustache I
aud blue eyes, a scar on the right knee I
aud second finger off the left hand.
Seven Days' Failures.
New York, July 11. failures for seven I
days, as reported to It. G. Dun & Co., in I
uio l mica Mates arc i4. uanaua. I
Grain and Provisions.
FI1IDAF, JULY 11, 1881.
Corros-Stea'ly; m'tlrtitofr. kHW Sc.
Floi'h Steady: XXX to choice. 83.15 44.31:
wiihATt inner; Ko. Z lied. WMmc foi
Iiow;So. i tied, new, h.".
mua- lilK&er: o. 8 mixco. V PAnc: No. I
wbite mixed. M'iiiA'io.
oats Hiirher: No. 2. HO'ilo.
Kyk Nouilnal: No. 2. lAiio.
rIVtl(A'.ro Klrmf Ultra, fitinmnn n
$i7iu.uu: leaf; comiuoii rod leaf, ts.ooa I
choice: clover mixed, ti&ll) lor common tn
Hat TruiriH fT.WT.W for nrlrao to I
prime: timothy, tlO.lwai7.Ul for pnme to "(lit
Hcttf.h-1 inner: choice to tancy oreamery I
li-i'ic: dairy, choice to tuncy, nitki; low I
iiTrtdes iiominaL I
lOTfis rirm. at iiK'Jiuc tor strict v rresh
J'tfATOKs steady at KWV-'ic per buslieL
riMiK .oinmai: new mess, f i.uoiiiu.a,
Lard Notnmal; prime Btcam, 6(a,r.
Bacon Long, Ve; shorts. VWic:
ciei nos, w.c.
Wool, '1 ub-wa.hod. choice. 30c: fair.
2u;i3'4;C; diniry and low 'AY'fM. L'nwashcMl
Uioico medium, a tc; (rood averaire medium
WiVSOc; wlecled liulit line KQlilo; (rood av-
uraiw, lH',17o; imivy Uiil; combln.
Diwxl, wnzic; comhinK, low ifrades. 154MHO. I
IlioKS uuii't: dry Mint, liio: damairi-d. I
1 ,i.l,a n o.a ra in,.. -l7.i'l
lio: dry Raltel,
damuired. 10c; kip and I
calf, salted, tt'e; damaced, BIo; buns and I
nwirt, 6e; (?reen, uucured, 7i,c; UamaKcd, I
bHEKP pelts ?tady; preen, WasOc; dry I
u.j, a., n i umouuiaiid quality or wool;
Kin sti..arlinu( U;; dry do, lixaiio: laiilb
Wheat Hiirher; No. 3 Wed. Au
N'ptomber, use; Uetober, V.ic
t.ouN-HiKhcr; July. flOc; August,
Se,u'mlH-r, W'n;; detober, (11 u.
uTr pieuciy; July, aiie; August,
N'pteiuber, Uolober, Xl'.e.
fv puMiiijer. .,e; OctoW-r, mc; year, 44c
OATs-iiurh-r: July. 2!He; August, 2t!4c;
Pokk ht.iuly; July, la'.fiO;
fJ&SU; September, t-1.30
L.AHH liiwi'T; July,
7'1l: Anirn.t Ctoc.
Si'pU mber, 7.4l; October, $7.50.
hHOBT JUes-July. 7.W'i; August, $7.!2!4;
Live Stock Markets.
r Ho$-K.ei4rti; H.OW; market steady; light,
5.i45.0ii; rough packing, .V(JWU; heavy
packing mid shipping, r .iisas. 70.
CATrMt-lfc'ee pts. n.fiWl; strong on best:
pnrw. r..;UA!i; good to choice, ffi .Qua
VM; common to fair, fUiKStuiu.
hmrtrp KeouiPM. 6HO; common tn fnlr I
i to choice. W.7.ai.50.
C'attiK Markbt dull: Indiana f
from mu to j.aui lb, av., W.HMW.ro; i,ato
lMb8. av.. tti.WWaO; Missouri rtauM 1,000
iw i.h-, kv., unto neuM, 1,(W I
w i.'j". ., ro.iwpo.Mt; i air w goou autrve
SlttBH AKl) LAMttft Murknt rtnll- nvllnn
R'wvi Khettp, n.Z'WM.Wf,; eholen to oitra,
oJJ5; good tocholee iambs, $5,5045.00.
crK.K.jQa-s.ayi buiehors- grades, f5.aaii5.tt.
CATTLa Hecw pto 1,800; aetive and flrmj
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Mrs. Clarkson has removed bor hair
dressing establishment to the north side of
Eighth Street, back of the Alexander Coun
ty Bank building
Mr. B. F. Dlake has had a streamer
sixty feet long painted with the names of
Cleveland and Hendricks, which will adorn
the Democratic pole on tho Urea to-day,
Wanted A boy to learn type-setting;
must be over 16 years old. Apply at Tub
Collector Boughner has a list of names
of street-tax delinquents in the Second and
Third wards, against whom he intends to
enforce the law unless speedy settlement is
Judge J. II. Robinson, City Attorney
W. E. Ilendricka and Agent Uirchett, of
the M. & O., returned yesterday about noon
from Chicago where they had attended the
convention. They all fared very well while
in the great city and returned well pleased
with the trip.
Mr. Angus Leek was elected Chairman
Lriho mwtmn Lit nii.ht onA If- -,!.. .i..
Fr&ak S2Cretar lhe wll' ffir was
gotten up aud managed bv the vouql'
Democrats of the city, and they covered
u. i n
thcm8elve8 811 over Wlth Rlory. though it
waa ,Deir nr8t enort ,n campaign work.
Their efforts received due recognition from
the orator of the evening.
The Iowa prohibitory liquor law went
into effect on Thursday last at midnight,
an(i ;t wa suonosed that th. iinn,.r .,-fnV
whole9ale and re,ailwould at once
ceaM ,n tQst state jXoi go, however,
L , L , , .. .
Saloons and wholesale liquor houses are
onan and the traffic carried on tin. sma a
the prohibitory law had never been
i i ,
enacted. The saloon men, it is announced,
have determined to pay no attention to the
erauve. ii is me oia story over scam :
.? Ti ; i ii i
Prohibition don't prohibit
0ver one hundred and fifty nebula
, . . . ... . . ucu.u,rc
wblch have escaPed the V1810n of Prevl0U
M"nomerg nave recently Deen discovered
by Dr. Lewis Swift, Director of the War-
. . .
ner Observatory, Rochester, N. Y. One of
tneBe is of R Pculiar nature, and seems to
undergoing a wonderful change. Dr,
Swift desires to thnmnahl
great meteor which appeared on the night
of July 3d, and for this purpjse requests
all who saw it to communicate to him at the
Wsrner Observatory, Rochester, N. T., im
mediately, giving the direction of view,
atouoni or, eic
il ui imauu w crciuuu;
to set out shade trees, but these trees must
have trf.ft.hnrp... a nnnn . t,.J
put up and nicely painted, the awful small
by begins on it,
He not only plays hide
and seek with it, giving it a yank every
tima im AnAtra Knnt ; k i,:. :t.
moments he fires at it with the broken rock
furnished him by the city, or bangs it with
his baseball bat, or digs a hole in it with
his knife, or marks it with red chalk, or
white chalk, or charcoal. An ugly tree-box
is about an unsightly an object as can be
imagined, and nobody wants none. Hence,
the man who sets out shade trees is a good
citizen, but he will never be mistaken for
-The Chester Tribune (Republican) that
what Democratic papers have to etv re
6aiuUJB ulr- iu"gi cancuuscy lor (Jon-
K,COD' mucn DUUCOmO
.1.1,, u .1 . .
and bombast about still contains much
t , . ,, ... "ul mucn
truth, after all. Albright is active and ar-
. , , . .....
grubsire, young, uhiu anu mil of enercv
and grit, l he district has a Republican
majority of about 1,800; and there is no
disputing the fact that Mr. Thomas is not
popular among a certain class of his own
people good and vigilant work must be
done for him. On thnnthn. t..i
r.innot noli hi Mill
' V ' 1 IIU CUBU-
CeS are all in Mr. Thomas fvor Anil hn
i, Oi0f,i i, ,1 , , . .
can oe eiecau uy a decided majority that
1R It II S tripnilu on n j
h w 81 once anu
wnonp up me UOOm for li m Albright
. , , , ., ,ur,llnl' AlUrigUt
will HjA.b hor.l m,:,k . . ...
"".'t "mi a great aeal ot assis-
tance and it behooves Mr. Thomas to prose
cute a vigorous csnvass all along the line.'
Uet 18 " puinter'' for tw old veter-
The action of the Democratic Nat-
wnal Convention with rcterence to the
union veterans who asked for admission to
the hall, was in very marked contrast to
thal of tbe Publican Convention in the
same matter a mont h before. The ReDub-
ucn convention Unconditionally refusod to
admit the several hundred "Old Vets" who
had gathered there to witness the proceed
ings. But the Democratic Convention adopt
ed unanimously a resolution that had been
written by Judge W. H. Green, of this city,
and handed to "Our Carter" who offered it
to tn0 convention, which provided that the
Old Veterans shniiH 1, j . .1
w veterans Biiouid be admitted to the
floor of the convintion h.li c ,.
. . " tuur uuu-
dred Democratic Union sol Horn amnnn-
., . . . . 0
II. Robinson, of this coun
ty, were in attendant in a k,,,i.. .i.
shows in its actions that its DrofesHionii of
. , .. , , ' Pro,l-f",U"8 O'
itojJck iui mu iuuu wuu ueiCDUOU tile UnlOn
are not hypocritical vaporings
We take pleasure in directing the at
tention of our Irish fellow citizcus to an
articlo in another column of this issue,
taken from the Albany N. Y, Argus and
headed "The Madigan Circular." It has
been claimed by Republicans here and
elsewhere that a large portion of the Irish
men of this country would vote for Blaine
iu November, because of bis alleged Irish
decent and Catholic religion. Whether he
is or not of Irish decent we do not know;
but if he is, he has not only given frequent
and strong proof that he is ashamed to
acknowledge it, but has shown on various
occasions that he Is strongly prejudiced
against Catholics and Irishmen, aud been
entirely callous to the sufferings of Irish
citizens abroad. No true Irishmau who
reads tha circular referred to can have a
kind thought for Blaine, for if ever a paper
breathed bitterness of feeling against a re
ligious denomination or a nationality, it is
this circular; and none of the fiery utter
ances ot the old time know-nothings were
more vindictive and less pardonable.
The Paducah News i f Thursday: The
remains of Mr. Ernest B. Pettit, whose
death in Cairo Tuesday was mentioned in
yesterday's News, were brought to this city
last night on the steamer Fowler. They
were under the escort of a delegation of
eight gentlemen from the local lodge of the
Catholic Koights of America and were ac
companied by the pastor of the Cairo Cath
olic Church. Here the remains were met
by a delegation from the Paducah Lodge
of Knights of America and escorted to Mrs.
S. Gauber's residence. The funeral occur
red this morning in accordance with the
announcement of yesterday. The services
at the Catholic Church were very solemn
and most impressive. The pastor from
Cairo preached the sermon and paid a
handsome tribute to the memory of the 4c
ceased. The church waa filled with friends
and many followed the remains to the
grave. The interment was under the au
spices of the Catholic Knights of America,
of which the deceased was an honored
The Winnins: Ticket!
Cleveland and Hendricks Grand Dem
onstration of Satisfaction by the
Democracy of Cairo.
The news of the nomination of Cleveland
by the Democratic Convention reached
here shortly after noon j esterdny, almost
immediately after it had been made, and
the result was electrifying. There were
mutual congratulations among the Demo
crats who gathered in crowds on the levee
about the telegraph offices; the flag was
raised to the pole, and a streamer sixty feet
long bearing the name of Cleveland was
strung from tbe top of the pole across the
levee to tbe City National Bank building.
Cannon was fired at intervals of ten minutes
all afternoon and late into the night.
The convention adjourned after having
nominated Cleveland, to reconvene at 5
o'clock to nominate the Vice-President. It
was but a little while after it bad again
convened that the news was brought of
Hendricks' unanimous nomination for the
second place on the ticket. Hendricks at
first declined, by prozey, and others were
put in nomination, among them Gen. Black
of Illinois, Rosecranze of California, Mc
Donald of Indiana, all of whom were
withdrawn, however, and Hendricks was
almost unanimously nominated by the con
vention, amid great cheering.
Immediately after the telegraph had an
nounced the nomination of Cleveland, the
leading young Democrats began prepara
tions fer a grand ratification meeting at the
Tenth Street stand at nsght. In an hour
enough money had been collected to defray
the expense of music, light, bonfires, etc.,
and the meeting turned out to be a brilliant
aucess. The Cairo City Band furnished
splendid music; the several huge bon
fires lighted up the streets for squares
around as bright as day and people turned
out by thousands to hear Hon. D. T. Line
gar, our candidate for the Legislature, made
a rousing speech, in which he compared
the two parties, gave a brief synopsis of the
goodjwork of the Democratic nominee for
President, arraigned the Republican party
and touched briefly upon the Democratic
platform. He was frequently interrupted
by applause, and at tho conclusion, at his
suggestion, three rousing cheers were given
for Cleveland, three more for Hendricks,
three for Carter Harrison and three for the
whole Democratic ticket. Chairman Leek
theu proposed three cheers more for Mr.
Linegar himself and was heartily responded
to, after which the band played another
medly and tbe large audience dispersed.
List evening's weather report gave us a
clear sky for nearly all parts of this district.
The barometer was below 30 at every point;
the thermometer ranged between 70 and
92. The wind here was northeast all day,
six miles per hour.
The Bulletin thermometer stood bb
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below:
69- -0 A.M.
91- -12 M.
83- Tfl P.M.
SUMMER UNDER WE AB!
Examine our large slock of Light Wear Underwear from
the 15-cent gauze Undershirt to the linest $5.00 fialbriggan.
Our stock oi Summer Hosiery is complete comprisiuLLsle
Thread, Balbriggan and Silk Ualf-Hoc.
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Tants and Waists
Tho "Palace" Clothier.
OFFICE: Koom No. 1,
73 OHIO LKVKK:,
COy 1 1 'A N I KK 11
Livcrj)'' 1 mill I. inloi ami ti!i bi'f
Geiniaiiia Fire Ins. Co.,
Spiiiiglicld 1'. A M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's f ire Ins. Co ,
ShigaraJns. Co ,
UKAAJKli 1 1ST
STOVES, -:- BAUGliS, -:- TIK,
Japannod liorlin and Aate Ware,
Biul Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent lor Adiiins & Wotlake Oil. (iasoliue and (ias ktovs, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Tlows, Chilled I'lows, Walking Cultivators,
Coiji Sliellers, Haulers, Ktc, Ktc.
Nos. 27 &
TKI.KPHONE NO. L'O.
The Madigan Circular.
Ex-Oov. Plaistcd, of Maine, Says that
He Saw Mr. Blaine Wrote It.
The Argus has lLe word of cx-Gjv. Har
ris M. I'laistfd, of Maine, that, to his per
sonal knowledge, Jamc-ti 0. 15 i nine is the
author of the circular inserted within this
article. The circular was employed in the
in the 1 370 political campaign by the Re
publican Statu Committee ot Maine, and of
that committee Mr. Jilaiue ws theu the
chairmn. It ws ued in the Fourth Con
gressional District of that State, and thou
sands ou thousands of it were sent to voters,
under the orders and by the lurid of Jits.
O. Blaine. This is the ciicuiar:
' Do the Protist Democrats of the Fourth
District desire to te represented iu Con
gress by a UoiiiuQ Ctttliolic? Jucues C.
Madigan, the Demon atic catidi J ate lor
Congress in the Fourth District, is a very
zealous Kouiiu Catholic. It is b''lieved
by many that he is a lay member of the
secret order of Jesuit.s, just aa the late Sen
ator Casserly, of California, was. C'Hhferly
was elected to the Senate by Jesuit money
100,000 contributed by that order una
the fact being discovered, Casserly at ouce
resigned his seat, rather tliuu stand an in
vestigation, and thus expose the workings
of tbe order. In Ohio aud other States the
Catholics are striving to destroy the only
avenue for educatioi. left open to the chil
dren of tho poor. They stv, 'We will have
church schoo.s instead, and thu let loose
the worst of theological quarrels nil over
the land. It is a grent gain to the Catholics
to get these prominent men in Congress.
They now have four members of the Uni
ted States Senate, one each from the
States ot New York, Missouri, Virginia
and Florida. The whole energy of the
Catholic Church is now exerted to increase
its powers iu the Congress of the United
States. The Baptists everywhere arc watch
ing the result of Madigau's campaign iu
this district, and it will be hailed every
where as a great triumph for the Ctholics
if a New England Protestant district sends
a Human Catholic to represent it in Con
gress. Are tho Protestant Democrats of
the Fourth District willing to aid in build
ing up the Roman hierarchy? Answer at
the polls on the 13th of September, and if
you do not feel willing to vote for General
Plaisted, at least cut Madigan's name otf
your regular Democratic ticket. Remem
ber that you owe more to religious senti
ments than you do to party; and the prop
er rebuke to your party for asking you to
vote for a Roman Catholic is to support
Oen. Conner for Governor and Gen. Plais
ted for Congress."
Protestant Dem. crat.
This circular, written by Mr. Blaine, and
signed in a deceiving and uutrue manner,
according to ex-Gov. Plaisted, was issued
against Mr. James C. Madigan, the Demo
cratic candidate for Congress in that dis
trict, lie was American born of Irish pa
rents, a respected lawyer and citizen. His
religion was Catholic. Tho candidate op
posing him was the Hon. Harris M. Plais
ted, already referred to. The appeal made
to prejudice in the circular elected Plais
ted and defeated Madigan. It will bo re
called that Mr. Plaisted afterward left tho
Republican party, and in I860 became the
Governor of Maine, elected on a fusion
ticket. Ho everywhere bears the reputa
tation of a truthful man. He says that
Blaino wroto the circular and that he saw
him do it. Mr. Blaine Iiks made no denial
of the allegation. It will be impossible
for him to deny that lie franked thousands
of copies of the circular to voters, for they
received them, and many of his franked
envelopes are preserved.
M. & 0. K. Ii. Ihiilding,
- CAlliO, 11,1..
K V J i KS HN TK 1 ) :
New 'Joik I'liilfi wiitci-'s Ajji'iioy,
(tei iiiaii-Aiiiciii.'iin Ins Co ,
( ity of Loinloi),
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern Jhitua! Lite Ins. Co.
caxu o, in.
Notice In llilf column inrue Uoet or !-' otein
oneiuiicrtioa of per weak.
REMOVAL.-11. E. luce bn miH b! gun
rhop ln.ui hla lo:li St., bctwevD Cunimi-rcul
and Levee. Ml
ANTH) (illil.S -To dilr. over two m!lli(.n
" envelopes t llieir own Lome. W-,rk left and
culled for ty n S-nd addreted and ttumped
euvelope for further deutl. Addre
Ir. I!a'.e Woman'n Jonri al.
VOll SALK Two delrt !.: on iVh Street,
(.'umiDf D.vUion. Api'ly to Juo. A Poore.
WANTED VKN-To dinrlhute circular in
" Cairo and vtdr.ity for 11 per month. Send
rrfureucu and aiamp for teplv. AddreM
.Mrn. ISatu'i Wutnaii'n .lonrnal.
If H. SMITH.
COBKUT a. 'TH
Grand Central Store.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
tSuccosscr to Chas. T. Xewl&nd anJ.
Plumba, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
OAllcO, : : : ILL.
Diivo Well Force and Lift rumps furnished and
pui up. Asjeut for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'',
the befit pump ever Invented. New fla Fixtures
furnished to order. o;d Fixtures repaired and
tir-Jobbinu promptiy attended to.
y ALU DAY BROTHERS.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAI
Egyptian Flouring Mills
fl(i:h8t Cash Price Paid for Wheat,
The Regular Cairo St. Paducah Daily
HKNKY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOltOK JOilKa, Clerk.
havog Ptdncah forCiIro dally (Simdayi except
ed) at 8 a. m , and Monnd City at 1 p. m. Heturn
lug, leavea Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound City at 5 p. in,